Witness the fairy tale castles of Neuschwanstein and Linderhof, created by Germany’s 19th-century King Ludwig II, on a day trip from Munich. Traveling by air-conditioned coach, admire Bavaria's magnificent scenery as you journey to Linderhof, Ludwig’s rococo-style hunting lodge and last home. Join an optional interior tour and then continue to Neuschwanstein, a picture book clutch of turrets and chambers that inspired Disney’s Sleeping Beauty castle. Enjoy free time in nearby Hohenschwangau village for lunch and to explore Neuschwanstein’s grounds, and take an optional castle tour. Entrance fees not included.
Drive with an airconditioned, comfortable coach from Munich and visit the famous and fabulous castles built by the fairytale King Ludwig II.
These unique buildings in the midst of the Bavarian alpine landscape will
definitely fascinate you.
The first stop of our tour will take you to Schloss Linderhof, the smallest castle of the Bavarian king. It’s up to you to decide whether you choose to have a guided tour through the castle, have a walk around the beautifully landscaped grounds or simply enjoy a cup of coffee or tea and get excited by the marvellous scenery.
We will then continue our tour to Hohenschwangau. Our stay there will offer you ample time to both try out the famous Bavarian cuisine in a restaurant and visit the castle of Neuschwanstein as well.
You can decide in the morning on departure in the coach whether you want to see one or both castles from the inside with a guided tour and accordingly buy the tickets from our tour guide in cash.
Admire the countryside, castles, and villages of Germany’s Romantic Road on a day trip from Munich. Enjoy a coach drive along the iconic Road, a famously picturesque route through Bavaria’s mountains and forests. Stop at 11th-century Harburg Castle, one of Germany’s oldest fortifications, and continue to Rothenburg, a beautifully preserved medieval town of cobbled lanes, squares, and half-timbered houses. See top attractions such as the Renaissance-era Town Hall, enjoy free time to wander, have lunch (own expense), and more.
Immerse yourself in Salzburg, sights from the ‘The Sound of Music’ movie and Austria’s Lake District on a day trip from Munich. Absorb the beautiful Lower Bavarian Alps as you journey south to Salzburg, and enjoy free time to explore its churches, squares and filming locations from the ‘Sound of Music’ movie independently. Continue through the Lake District toward the postcard-pretty town of St Wolfgang, and ogle the glorious mountain scenery on an optional boat trip on Lake Wolfgang. Lastly, return to Munich via gorgeous Lake Mondsee, where several scenes from the ‘Sound of Music’ movie were filmed.
Get acquainted with Munich the easy way on a fun, flexible hop-on hop-off city bus tour. Choose a 24-hour Express Tour to check out Munich’s main highlights or a 24-hour or 48-hour Grand Tour ticket to widen your sightseeing net. Either way, settle aboard an open-top double-decker bus, listen to the enlightening onboard commentary, and enjoy panoramic views of sites such as the Marienplatz, Hofbrauhaus, Viktualienmarkt and more. Hop off at the stops that interest you, explore on foot and then re-board the bus at any stop you wish.
Marvel at Munich’s monuments, parks, and famous beer halls on a hop-on hop-off bus tour. Combine the ease of a tour with the flexibility of independent travel and see the city sights at your own pace with a 24- or 48-hour pass. Choose from multiple routes that pass all the city’s most popular attractions including the Nymphenburg Palace, Odeonsplatz, and Olympic Park. Listen to the on-board audio commentary or jump off to explore the English Garden, stroll around lively Marienplatz, or enjoy a beer (own expense) at the legendary Hofbräuhaus beer hall.
Visit three of Bavaria's most beguiling castles on a private day trip from Munich. Formerly the castles of the eccentric King Ludwig II, Neuschwanstein, Hohenschwangau, and Linderhof are loved by visitors around the world for their fairy tale architecture and mountain settings. Explore them with your own private guide, enjoy coffee breaks to break up the history, and travel in comfort with round-trip transportation from your Munich hotel.
Imagine seeing a city like never before. No listening to a tour guide, no need to follow Google maps, no fixed stops or a schedule. Our discovery games are self-guided, interactive walking tours and a treasure hunt combined!
This interactive game to discover Munich is an urban adventure where you solve 10 riddles via our web app, simply using your unique link in your smartphone’s browser. The trail takes you exploring the City Centre and its hidden gems, and lesser-known places as you search for answers to our clues.
While cracking the clues, each correct answer tells you a little more about the places you pass by or shares our favourite gems nearby!
4 hot points will make this rental unique:
• Enjoy 4G connection speed up to 30GB total usage
• Same-day delivery at work hours (till 5 pm)
• Return your device from your final stop in Germany
• Relax with 7/24 live support
• Enjoy unlimited data and share up to 10 people/device
• Easy booking steps:
1. Select the rental option from 3 to 14 days
2. Provide your delivery/return addresses.
Know before you go:
• Orders received after 5 pm (GMT+2) will be shipped on the following business day.
• Wi-Fi device's battery lasts up to 5 hours.
• Connection speed may be affected depending on mobile coverage.
• The local partner will send Terms & Conditions within 12h after your booking. By start using the Services, You acknowledge that you have read and understood the Terms and that you agree to be bound by them.
Check out the grand Herrenchiemsee Castle on a private day trip from Munich. After traveling to the banks of Lake Chiemsee, you'll cruise across the water to Herrenchiemsee Island where the sprawling castle estate is set. Switch to a horse-drawn carriage to travel in style to the gates, then take a guided tour of the premises and a lunch break before heading back to your Munich hotel.
Neuschwanstein Castle, the fairytale castle on which Disney’s Cinderella castle is based, is a must-see when in the Munich area. Make a day of it and see Hohenschwangau Castle and Linderhof Palace at the same time. Your guide tells fascinating stories of King Ludwig II and the building of Neuschwanstein, and takes you to the best vantage points for photos of the lake, gorge, and castles. Skip the hour-long lines and make the most of your time in Bavaria. Enjoy round-trip transportation and luxury comforts on this private tour from Munich.
On March 22, 1933, a few weeks after Adolf Hitler had been appointed Reich Chancellor, a concentration camp for political prisoners was set up in Dachau. This camp served as a model for all later concentration camps and as a "school of violence" for the SS men under whose command it stood. In the twelve years of its existence over 200. 000 persons from all over Europe were imprisoned here and in the numerous subsidary camps. 41. 500 were murdered. On April 29 1945, American troops liberated the survivors.
Oktoberfest is far more than just a Beer event.
This world’s largest beer and the Bavarian festival is over 200 years old. If you want to visit it then I promise you to make your visit unforgettable.
I and my friends will take you and your group through the Theresienwiese. We deliver in a smooth and entertaining art the history behind this event.
Learn the most special words from our Dialect and the origins of Beer and the meaning of this beverage in our society.
We lead you through the main Breweries and take care that you and your friends enjoy our food and beer in one of the tents. We have special services for vegetarians.
We speak German, English, Spanish, and Portuguese. Even those, who weren't born here, live here many years and will bring the best for your visit.
Optionally, I send to you a printed book with your pictures.
This tour can be adapted to your needs.
Immerse yourself in the beauty and culture of Munich by bike! With this flexible bike rental, design your perfect sightseeing itinerary and enjoy touring the city at your own pace. With single- or multi-day rental options, you can choose to focus your time zipping along miles of urban bike paths through Munich’s historic center, visiting art galleries, iconic breweries and shops, or trek out into the verdant Bavarian countryside.
Arrive and experience
Curvy, gorgeous Italian and softly purring: definitely a Vespa! Here you will discover Munich's hotspots with probably the most iconic accompaniment you can imagine. With your Vespa you explore the city and decide for yourself, in which of the 3 tours you let the Bavarian wind blow around your nose. Whether Grand Tour, City Tour or Isar Tour - then you know for sure why Munich is called the northernmost city in Italy.
Discovered with nimble driving pleasure, the Italian sides of the Isar metropolis!
Embark on a quest around Munich by solving clues that will take you to the most haunted places in the city, all with the help of your smartphone. Unlock new stories as you discover on your own St. Peter's Church, Marienplatz, Hofgarten, and more.
+ Discover the most haunted streets, villas, and squares in the city
+ Find out the horror stories of the people who used to live there
+ Solve clues on your phone while you visit the haunted Munich
Each clue will lead you from one place to another, giving you exact directions, so you won’t need a map, a GPS or a guide. When you solve it and guess the answer, the secret story of that place is unlocked. Start and stop whenever you want.
Along the way, you’ll find horror stories that will give you the chills. Dare you go on this tour?
This walking tour takes you around Innenstadt’s 13 prime attractions. It includes places to rest and eat to keep you comfortable as you explore through city. The tour is designed to be approximately two and a half hours long.
Audio tour allows you to discover old town of Munich in your own pace and in preferable time. At the same time you will never lost due to built-in map and navigation.
This audio guide is GPS-triggered, which mean you may start the tour and put your smartphone in the pocket – all stories will start to play automatically when you reach an attraction. Navigational tips will prompt you where to go next.
For this hunt, we’re taking an underrecognized perspective on Munich’s history, by pairing an undertold true story and beautiful hidden corners of the city to construct an immersive experience. We’re not sending you on a history tour, but instead giving you a glimpse into what it might have been like to live during a time where the roots of culture, government, and art were being uprooted all at once.
The third gender is not a theory and not a lifestyle. On the other side, religion and religious morality are theories, ideologies and yes, they are lifestyles.
With this perspective, we walk through Munich and discuss LGBT-issues with society and also the Nazi-Era.
It may be surprising that Islam already had homosexuals integrated into their history. The Catholics also have blessed knights and their fellows. So, what happened with society?
"I would rather be a cold warrior than a warm brother," said Bavarian Prime Minister Franz Josef Strauß.
Sad but true. Unfortunately, this says a lot about the history of the third gender in Bavaria. Prejudices came through belief, fear or politics and even with the difficult progress, we are far from the freedom that we enjoyed in our society 2000 years ago.
In my tour of Munich, I talk about some issues related to the persecution and acceptance of homosexuals in Bavaria.
What was behind the 3rd. Reich? Why did the have so many prominent artists involved? The origins of Hitler are just some of my main topics in this city tour.
I and my friends lead you through major places with World War II.
Here some of the People who are part of our Tour:
Leny Riefenstahl (Cineast)
Heinrich Hoffmann (Fotograf)
and many other
I and my friends speak German, English, Spanish, and Portuguese. Even those, who weren't born here, live here many years and will bring the best for your visit.
This tour can be adapted to your needs.
Founded in 1855 by King Maximilian II of Bavaria, the Bavarian National Museum was constructed according to plans found by Archive Director Karl Maria Freiherr von Aretin in 1853 the plans for the construction of a Wittelsbach Museum.
This should not be just a museum, but the most interesting and patriotic monuments and other remnants of past times.
King Maximillian II, who ever wished to be a teacher, but not a king gave the proper start.
Prince Luitpold renewed the construction in 1899 and we can see his signs everywhere.
Follow me in this interesting experience.
Writing novels inspires me through the fitting and exciting view of history.
This is an outdoor tour. We are not going inside museums.
Dukes, Generals and kings surround a career of fighting, weddings and the love to the arts.
In this tour I bring the participants closer to the sponsors of art and culture in the country and give a first impression of contemporary art in the city of Munich.
Reserve a seat for my popular Welcome Tour through Munich.
Visit places like Viktualienmarkt hearing about our comediants, Isartorplatz, Red Riding Hood fountain, the royal residence.
I tell exciting stories about Munich and its history and you get exclusive tips for your stay and shopping in Munich.
The tour progress depends on the group and it is not a marathon. We walk comfortably through the planned course and no one will experience unanswered questions here.
Ready for a beer cation?
Why wait until the fall to experience Oktoberfest in Germany!
Join this Hoppy Days experience for beer and wine lovers in July of 2020: The Kiliani Beer Festival in Würzburg is a must-visit event. Prior to three days at the beer and wine fest, visit the beer cities of Munich, Bayreuth and Bamberg. Taste traditional brews at iconic beer halls like Hofbräuhaus or Augustiner, smoke beer at Schenkerla and wheat beer at Maisel's. Then, give German craft beer a try. Still thirsty? Did you know that Germans drink more wine than beer per capita and that Bavaria is also a major wine-producing region?
Make sure to come thirsty and hungry as you will get to taste great beers (and wine if you wish), plus local specialties!